When it comes to interior design, Homepolish is a startup that’s changing the game one affordable, beautiful home at a time. Their clients include Man Repeller’s Leandra Medine, comic genius Kelly Oxford, and Design*Sponge’s Grace Bonney, to name a few. Anna Gray is the editor of the Homepolish Magazine, and today she’s sharing her team’s take on trends for 2015 (with Etsy products to get the look).
Who doesn’t love a decor trend round-up?! We polled our designers and put together a list of our favorite decor ideas for 2015. From industrial concrete furniture and accessories to unexpected wall decor (hello, gorgeous weavings!), we’re pushing for a focus on lasting quality and an evaluation of what you really need.
Browse our ideas below and tell us: what trend will you be adding to your home in 2015?
Trend One: Bar Carts
A fond throwback to ’50s and’ 60s-style entertaining (jello molds, anyone?), we’ve seen a huge resurgence in bar carts lately; to be honest, we’re surprised when they aren’t in our projects. Bar carts make hosting in small spaces easy and keep everything in one place for those last-minute get togethers. Show off your taste with cute, considered barware or flaunt your mixology skills with an impressive collection of liquors.
Trend Two: Metallics
Metallics add instant glam to any space. Whether you opt for a hint of shine with cabinet hardware or go full-blown with a metallic sofa, metallic accents will take your home decor up a notch and add polish to your space.
Trend Three: Concrete
Industrial design is a chic and viable middle ground for roommates, co-workers or couples that can’t decide between vintage and modern style. The industrial look is a great way to show off style, keep costs down and eliminate clutter. Add an industrial vibe to your space with concrete lighting pendants or planters.
Trend Four: Unexpected Wall Decor
2015 is all about getting weird with wall hangings. A gallery wall made of mirrors, air plants, and weavings – or other unexpected decorative items, like mobiles and taxidermy – gives guests something to talk about and lets you take advantage of your wall space, which is a welcome opportunity for those with small spaces.
Trend Five: Ceramics
We love the handmade pottery trend. Small, delicate pots and bowls in sun-washed whites add a beachy, ’70s feel to homes with soft, light palettes.